A Well-Educated Graduate Tomorrow
Online College for National Guard Members & Reservists
Trident has a long tradition of working with Reservists and Guardsman who are seeking to take advantage of their available tuition assistance and go to school. Whether you're a veteran or active duty, we know how to help you succeed.
At Trident, you can earn a well-respected associates, bachelors, masters or doctorate degree entirely online. This learning format allows those who are currently serving and veterans with other responsibilities to pursue their education around their schedule.
No matter where you're stationed or how hectic your life, Trident's flexible and convenient online programs will likely work well for you.
Talk With Your Ed Office
Military students requesting Tuition Assistance (TA) must speak with their local education office to determine their tuition assistance benefits and receive guidance prior to enrolling at Trident. If you have questions for Trident please direct them to TMAC@trident.edu
- Speak with your local Education Office to ensure your eligibility for tuition assistance and complete any required training (each branch may have a slightly different process and requirements).
- Ensure you are following your service branch requirements including the time frame to submit your tuition assistance application.
- Questions regarding your tuition assistance approval or requirements should be directed to your local education office.
Do the Reserves and/or National Guard Pay for College?
The answer to this question depends on the details of your situation, but many benefits are available to Reservists and Guardsman, through both the government and Trident.
To learn what Reserves or National Guard tuition assistance you may qualify for, contact our Admissions Department at 800-579-3197. Our staff looks forward to helping you understand the exceptional opportunities that await you!
A Note From A Veteran
Find out why it is important to start your education and consider it an investment into your future.
We understand the unique challenges adult learners face and encourage students to apply for our scholarships and grants.